Fisheries in UK Law
R v Secretary of State for Transport, ex parte Factortame Ltd (No 2)
......, the new legislation is in conformity with Community law and, indeed, is designed to achieve the Community purposes enshrined in the Common Fisheries Policy. . . 5 The appellants' application for judicial review was heard by the Divisional Court (Neill L.J. and Hodgson J.) who, in judgments ......
- Barras v Aberdeen Steam Trawling and Fishing Company
R (Quark Fishing Ltd) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (No 1)
...... 4 In 2000 the then Acting Commissioner, in exercise of his power under s.9 of the Order, made the Fisheries (Conservation and Management) Ordinance 2000 ("the Ordinance"). By it the Fishing (Conservation and Management) Ordinance 1993 ("the 1993 Ordinance") ......
- Sea Shepherd UK v Fish & Fish Ltd
- Todd v Adams
R (Quark Fishing Ltd) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
......Licences are granted by the Director of Fisheries of SGSSI. They are a valuable commercial asset, since the fishing is very profitable. Quark Fishing Limited, a Falkland Islands company, obtained ......
- Sykes (F. & G.) (Wessex) Ltd v Fine Fare Ltd
- Forsikringsaktieselskapet Vesta v Butcher and Others (First Appeal)
Commissioners of Inland Revenue v Forth Conservancy Board
...... . 15 The nearest case to the present is that of the Severn Fisheries Board v. O'May , 1919, 2 K.B., page 484 . There, power had been given to conserve a river, to make by-laws and fine people for the breach, as well ......
R Nigel Mott v Environment Agency David Merrett (Interested Party)
......The Agency imposed them because it considered that it was necessary to do so for the protection of the salmon fisheries in the River Wye, which is a Special Area of Conservation ("SAC") under the Habitats Directive, Council Directive 92/43/EEC. It had assessed that: ......
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